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Table of Contents: “A Bill of Divorcement” is Outstanding Production: Actors Give Good Interpretations—“Ye Merrie Masquers” Presents New Members—Heironimus Hollins Day to Aid Endowment Fund: Students and Alumnae Will Be Hostesses—Renowned Ballet Russe Performs in Roanoke—Miss Hazel Burnham Gives Violin Recital—Helen Martin is Elected Student Body President—Leight Hanes Visits Writer’s Club March 8—Professor Rath Retires as Music Head for Term: To Remain as Chief Music Advisor—Dr. Kathleen Bruce Gives Talk on T.V.A.—Charlotte Urner Will Give Voice Recital—Orchesis Schedules Annual Dance Recital for March 21: Physical Education Group to Assist—Delegates Tell Club of Rock Hill Conference—Hollins Student Life Staff-Student Forum—With Love to an Eight O’Clock Professor (poem)—Freshmen Form Reading and Discussion Groups—Journal Club Attends Lecture by Dr. Allen—Dr. Mitchell Lectures on Solar Eclipses—Dean Blanchard Gives Account of Recent Trip—Monogram Club Presents Letters and Chevrons: Former Red Captain is Toastmistress—Dr. Smith Lecures on “Horace and His Italy”—Society—Future Holms Transfer Water Waves to Pool—Harriet Ann Jackson Will Read Paper—Committee Discusses Orientation Problem—Ten New Students Make Dean’s List Average—Hard-Fought Game Gives Victory to Mohicans: Yemassees Rally But Fail to Overcome—Campus Crumbs—Private Lives—Barrère Symphony to be Last Concert of Series
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